Jindal School of Government and Public Policy (JSGP) is engaging with the contemporary policy environment, which demands new imaginations, new methodologies and even a revitalized ethics
JSGP aims to promote research that facilitates better understanding of issues relating to governance and public policy. The programmes that the Jindal School of Government and Public Policy offers bear in mind the contribution that the faculty and the students of the school can make towards meeting the challenges of governance and improving the efficiency of government in India, while drawing upon comparative and international perspectives.
JSGP intends to promote inter-disciplinary studies and joint teaching and research programmes in partnership with the schools of law, business and international affairs, Liberal Arts & Humanities.
JSGP offers students a well-grounded education and exposes them to the field in both rural and urban contexts and actual institutional mechanisms. JSGP regularly invites academicians, activists, senior officials, politicians, NGO-workers, policy makers from UN and other international organization to deliver lectures and interact with students and faculties.
The Jindal School of Government and Public Policy is an invitation to dialogue and a programme to locate the ideas of development and governance within a conversation of democracies. The current policy environment demands new imaginations, new methodologies and even a revitalised ethics. JSGP focusses on comparative perspective on policy issues and responses to emerging challenges in the realm of public policy
JSGP is a research-driven school. It aspires to be a centre of excellence which continually generates ideas and knowledge about democratised development. The students receive a well-grounded education and are exposed to the field and actual institutional processes. JSGP promotes interdisciplinary studies and joint teaching and research programmes in partnership with its sister schools and across universities. JSGP hopes to create a commons of ideas and practices relevant for a new generation of citizens and stakeholders.